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STARDUST (Hoagy Carmichael / Mitchell Parish) Recorded by: Larry Adler; Ray Anthony; Louis Armstrong; Kenny Ball; Charlie Barnet; Tex Beneke; Ivy Benson; Pat Boone; Victor Borge; The Boswell Sisters; Teresa Brewer; Les Brown & his Band of Renown; Dave Brubeck; Cab Calloway; Hoagy Carmichael; Benny Carter; June Christy; Richard Clayderman; Eddie Cochran; Nat King Cole; Perry Como; Harry Connick Jr.; Ray Conniff; Bing Crosby; Vic Damone; Miles Davis; Doris Day; Buddy DeFranco; Elaine Delmar; Tommy Dorsey; Billy Eckstine; Roy Eldridge; Duke Ellington; David Essex; Percy Faith; Georgie Fame; Robert Farnon; Ella Fitzgerald; Connie Francis; Erroll Garner; Crystal Gayle; Stan Getz; Dizzy Gillespie; Benny Goodman & his Orch.; Stephane Grappelli; Roy Hamilton; Lionel Hampton; Dick Haymes; Ted Heath; Fletcher Henderson; Woody Herman; Al Hibbler; Earl Hines; Al Hirt; Englebert Humperdinck; Frank Ifield; Harry James; Bert Kaempfert; Stan Kenton; Gene Krupa; Syd Lawrence & his Orch.; Liberace; Jimmie Lunceford; Don Lusher Big Band; Henry Mancini; Barry Manilow; Mantovani; Tony Martin; Johnny Mathis; Don McLean; Carmen McRae; Glenn Miller; The Mills Brothers; The Modernaires; Matt Monro; Gerry Mulligan; Willie Nelson; Peter Nero; Red Norvo; Anita O'Day; Charlie Parker; Pasadena Roof Orch.; Les Paul; Louis Prima; Django Reinhardt; Kenny Rogers; Jean Sablon; The Shadows; Artie Shaw; George Shearing; Dinah Shore; Carly Simon; Frank Sinatra; Keely Smith; Jo Stafford; Kay Starr; Art Tatum; Jack Teagarden; Nino Tempo; The Three Degrees; Sidney Torch; Mel Tormé; Sarah Vaughan; Fats Waller; Dinah Washington; Paul Weston & his Orch.; Paul Whiteman Orch.; Roger Whittaker; Jackie Wilson; ..... and many more. Intro: And now the purple dusk of twilight time Steals across the meadows of my heart High up in the sky the little stars climb Always reminding me that we’re apart You wander down the lane and far away Leaving me a song that will not die Love is now the stardust Of yesterday The music Of the years Gone by Refrain: Sometimes I wonder why I spend the lonely nights Dreaming of a song. The melody haunts my reverie. And I am once again with you When our love was new. And each kiss, an inspiration. But that was long ago. And now my consolation Is in the stardust of a song. Beside a garden wall where stars are bright You are in my arms. A nightingale sings its fairy tale Of paradise where roses bloom. Though I dream in vain In my heart it will remain That stardust melody The memory of love's refrain. (Contributed by Terry Devon - January 2006)


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